jamey at minilop.net
Thu Feb 23 13:43:38 PST 2006
On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 04:23:30PM -0500, Jeremy A. Kolb wrote:
> I've been seeing commits to the origin and master repositories (is that
> the correct term in git?). What are they?
They're just branches, actually. 'master' is the branch that git-clone
starts you on -- but it renames your local working copy of that branch
to 'origin'. These git-clone behaviors are the only things that make
those branch names special.
The fact that 'origin' appears in the repository at fd.o is a bug,
though. I accidentally pushed it from my local repository. Keith deleted
it from the server for me, but I think my repository remembered that I
pushed it and has kept pushing it since, or something. Now Josh is
pushing it too. I don't have access rights to fix the server, and I
don't know how to fix my local copy.
Keith or Carl: help?
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